During the Nodaway County Health Center Board of Directors February 16 meeting, numbers on influenza and COVID-19 were discussed. “COVID-19 cases have trended down by 32.1 percent over the last seven days, although the state still has us ranked among top 10 for cases per 100,000, at 335,” Administrator Tom Patterson reported. “Positivity rates are
Northwest’s Department of Humanities and Social Sciences will host “Crisis in Ukraine: A Panel Discussion” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, in Valk Center Room 118. The discussion, which is free and open to the public, will include Northwest faculty Assistant Professor of History Dr. Devlin Scofield, Assistant Professor of Geography Dr. Emily Frazier, Professor of
Maryville Spoofhound senior wrestler Drew Spire, competing in the 170-pound weight class, returned to the MSHSAA Class 2 State Wrestling Championship held February 17 to 19 at Mizzou Arena in Columbia. In his first wrestleback match, Spire pinned the wrestler from St. James in 43 seconds. Watkins tries to gain the advantage against his
Nodaway County DARE Officer Rick Smail accepted a $400 donation February 17 from the Maryville Walmart. The donation will be used as part of the total proceeds from the upcoming DARE Dinner and Auction on Saturday, March 26. Tickets are currently available to purchase at the Nodaway County Sheriff’s office at 660.582.7453 or from a
The Ravenwood Community Breakfast will be held from 8 am to noon, Sunday, February 27 at the Ravenwood Community Center. The all-you-can-eat breakfast features eggs, bacon, hash browns, biscuits and gravy and pancakes. Cost is $8 and children are $5. The Northeast Nodaway FFA will be helping to finish its FFA week.
The West Nodaway FFA will hold a freewill donation breakfast from 8 am to noon, Sunday, February 27 at the Burlington Jct. American Legion. The FFA will serve pancakes, biscuits and gravy, potatoes, bacon and scrambled eggs.
The Knights of Columbus ladies auxiliary will serve a drive-through Mardi Gras breakfast from 8 am to noon, Sunday, February 27 at St. Gregory Catholic Church. It is a freewill offering.
The Maryville Spoofhounds will take part in the Class 4 District 16 basketball tournament from February 26 to March 4. The Hounds host their opening round games with the semifinals and finals being played at Benton. The No. 4 seed Maryville girls beat No. 5 seed Cameron Saturday, February 26. The Spoofhounds will play No.
The North Nodaway girls defeated Worth County 44-9 in the first round of the Class 1 District 16 tournament February 21 at Mound City.
North Star Advocacy Center received $8,100 from 10 Squared Women on February 17. At the presentation were Demi Contreras, intern; Jeanine Montgomery, victim advocate; Julia Day, victim advocate; Wyatt Williams, victim advocate; Linda Mattson, North Star director; Meghann Kosman, victim advocate; and Amanda Twaddle, 10 Squared Women representative. The North Star Advocacy Center, located at